Ranking All 12 Texas A&M Football Seasons in the SEC: 2012-2023

Since joining the conference, the Aggies have had more highlights than lowlights. Let's rank every season since 2012.

Nov 9, 2013; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) and wide
Nov 9, 2013; College Station, TX, USA; Texas A&M Aggies quarterback Johnny Manziel (2) and wide / Thomas Campbell-USA TODAY Sports
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Ranking Every Texas A&M Football Season Since Aggies Joined the SEC

It feels like it's been far longer than 12 years since Texas A&M football joined the Southeastern Conference. So much has happened in that time: Heisman winners, New Years Six bowls, coaches hired and fired. It's been something of a roller coaster.

Even though it's been a much tougher place to play than the old Big 12, Texas A&M football definitely made the right move by jumping to the nation's premier conference. You need look no further than the recent maneuvering by Texas and OU, who eventually saw the Aggies' wisdom in their move, for confirmation of that notion. Texas A&M football has established their own identity and forged their own path, despite the fact that the remaining Big 12 powers are now tagging along behind.

As I said, it's been an up and down dozen years. There's been more good than bad, to be sure; the Aggies have finished in the AP top 5 more than they've finished below .500, for example. They've been a national subject of interest, for good and bad reasons. Overall, they've thrived and raised their national profile by leaps and bounds in this last critical decade and change.

But how do all these seasons stack up against one another? It can be hard to rank, especially when you're looking at the fact that Sumlin stacked up three straight 8-5 seasons in a row. I have a sneaking suspicion that there's probably a decent consensus on the best season and the worst season for the Aggies. With that being said, though, let's jump into this ranking, going worst to first.